[Python-Dev] containment checking
fuzzyman at voidspace.org.uk
Sat Mar 20 01:18:09 CET 2010
On 20/03/2010 00:15, Glenn Linderman wrote:
> On 3/19/2010 4:58 PM, Antoine Pitrou wrote:
>> Glenn Linderman<v+python<at> g.nevcal.com> writes:
>>> > > If there's a bug in your __eq__ method, it may or may not raise an
>>> > exception, which may or may not get you wrong containment results.
>>> > it will probably get you buggy results, somehow or another. That's
>>> > design, code reviews, and testing are for.
>> We'll have to "agree to disagree" then. If you want error silencing
>> by default,
>> Python is not the language you are looking for.
> We can agree to disagree, if you like. But taken to the limit, the Zen
> you quoted would prevent the try except clause from being used.
No, that is what "unless explicitly silenced" means - you are proposing
to silence them *without* an explicit try except clause.
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